(Solution Document) One problem with solving the nutrient pollution problem is that much of the nitrogen and phosphorus entering our water bodies is from non-point...


  1. One problem with solving the nutrient pollution problem is that much of the nitrogen and phosphorus entering our water bodies is from non-point sources. This means that there is no particular point at which we can try to control the source of the pollution. When it rains, nitrogen and phosphorus run off of farm fields and into streams, rivers, and lakes. Since these are non-point sources, how can we try to control these pollution sources?

     







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